Updated by David Storey, the builder.
The four pedal stops were from the Rieger Sweep, St. James\'s Episcopal, Richmond, VA. There were many other Rieger stops that went to many other organs. The original Flentrop pedal was 27 notes. The key and coupler actions were expanded and a new slider chest for the pedal was made by David Storey to accommodate the pedal stops. The manual stops and actions are as originally built by Flentrop. The case was restored to its original rich red mahogany color.the 4\' in the pedal is a Holzprinzipal. The 16\' Boudon was the Rieger 16\' Quintade. The 2\" Nachthorn was originally the Rieger 4\' Nachthorn.
The pedal pipework is all that remains from the Swell of the Rieger that was at St. Jame's Episcopal in Richmond VA after it was destroyed by fire.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.
Purchased from the Ashley Austin estate in Sudbury, MA in 2001. Pedal had couplers only, 4 stops prepared for. Four pedal ranks added by Storey.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.